Take another look at the sentence:

With sharp scissors, Thinh tried to even her client's hair, but the woman kept twisting in her seat to yell at her two small children who were terrorizing the salon, Thinh finally decided that crooked ends were better than poking out a client's eye.

The woman kept twisting in her seat to yell at her two small children is a main clause. Who were terrorizing the salon is a relative clause. A relative clause is an incomplete thought and must be connected to a main clause. When a relative clause follows a main clause, you often do not use any punctuation.

Go back to the sentence to try again.

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